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... line either side of a wide street and shops sell antiques and treasure. the warm scent of a thousand apple pies cooling on window sills fills the air and suddenly - everything seems safe. we stopped in a diner and enjoyed milkshakes and burgers. i swear the decor hasn't changed since 1930. it is quite late and so we check into an old miners hotel on a small ridge just on the edge of town. the furniture is chintz - but ...
... to Illinois!
Friday morning I headed back toward LA area.
What I learned about me -
How much I love being with my family and how much we all still miss Dottie.
How the world does not revolve around me and sometimes there are disappointments.
How I can't do things to please others, I have to take care of me, and figure out what makes me happy and what ...
... be carrying my things. Steve is smarter, he's got a convertible rolling suitcase that has straps if he should need them. I just can't see the sense in dishing out money for something I already have. Who needs the gym! (We'll see if I don't break down and buy something along the way...)
Itinerary: We've booked most of our transportation and accommodation through the end of August. After all the planning we did on the road last year, we wanted ...
... there taught us a bit about various flora along the trail. We got to the Elephant Tree and are impressed by it’s beauty and uniqueness. It’s the only example of this species in the area. Very cool and beautiful.
We then followed the road closer to Split Rock Mountain toward the Wind Cave trail, but due to the impending four miles of rough road to the trailhead, had second thoughts. We turned around and headed ...
... some choice info on NZ from Mum and Dad Hansen, cheers for that. after a last minute run to Rite Aid for some airborne and batteries we are finally ready. if we don't have it we don't need it. tomorrow we'll take the train to LA, then a van to LAX and from there we are onto NZ. a trip of a lifetime has begun. please join us in our travels by keeping in touch, we'll for sure do the same. have a great new years to all. ...